Cybersecurity Tools for Entrepreneurs

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The National Cyber Security Alliance has indicated that 60 percent of small and medium-sized businesses that experience a cyber attack shutter their doors within six months. While it’s possible that in some cases it’s mere correlation, not causation, it still seems to indicate that cyber protection is one of the competencies a strong startup must have in place to survive. ...

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Hackers’ Next Target: The 2018 Winter Olympics

If you ran down your favorite events at the Olympic games, there’s little chance that cyberwar would end up on the list. However, even before any of the opening ceremonies kick off this year in Pyeongchang, South Korea, cyber attackers already have gotten things started by attempting to breach the systems of organizations tied to the 2018 Winter Olympics. At ...

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Improving FedRAMP in 2018

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The federal government recognized the potential for cloud solutions to make agencies’ operations more flexible and cost-effective as far back as the 1990s. However, to implement such solutions on a wide scale, it would need an efficient way to ensure that cloud service providers were meeting security standards. It was from this line of thinking that the The Federal Risk ...

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Artificial Intelligence’s Role in Hacking

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Cybersecurity researchers have done a lot of exploration into artificial intelligence. Because the talent gap in the security industry is widening, many experts see these kinds of technologies as holding a critical ingredient for the future of the practice. AI, which complements the human effort that always will be required for these initiatives, can help spot threats that may otherwise ...

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